Ticket Routing Rules do not automatically stop to assign tickets to the deleted territory.
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Reproducing the Issue
- You create a Ticket Routing Rule with conditions to assign tickets to territory XYZ (XYZ represents the name of the territory).
- Territory XYZ has been deleted.
- You find that for new tickets, the Ticket Routing Rule is still working and assigns tickets to the deleted territory XYZ.
The Ticket Routing Rules don't do validation of the final output of the rule engine to check if the output territory is valid or not. Business rule framework can only provide the output value from the row which matches the ticket attributes.
To resolve the issue, you need to manually change the Routing Rule after you deleted the related territory.
Ticket Routing Rule, Territory, Ticket , KBA , LOD-CRM-SRP , Service Request Processing , Problem